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Timeline Events in LGBT Equality | Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund
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1970s in LGBT rights
In , Thomas Jefferson proposed a law that would mandate castration for gay men and mutilation of nose cartilage for gay women. But that's not the scary part. Here's the scary part: Jefferson was considered a liberal.
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